The Lenovo IdeaCentre A720 AIO was part of the show when the company announced a fresh range of desktops at the CES 2012. Sporting a metal exterior, the sleek 27-inch A720 system boasts of a frameless HD 16:9 capacitive multi-touch display.
The Lenovo IdeaCentre A720 comes fueled by the Intel Core processor and also houses an Nvidia GeForce graphics card to proffer enhanced visuals for viewers. It is complete with an HDD of up to 1TB and 64GB SSD storage capacity to hoard data. Plus, the AIO’s 10-point multi-touch screen delivers support for multi-user scenarios.
“It is clear to us that consumers want their four screens: mobile devices, tablets, notebooks and smart TVs and they want them to work together seamlessly, anytime, anywhere. Whether a notebook that bends and folds, or an all-in-one that puts the ‘wide’ into wide-angle, today’s announcements reflect our focus on delivering the inspirational innovations that consumers are looking for,” states Yang Yuanqing, Chairman and CEO, Lenovo, while commenting about the unveiling.
The gadget brings forth features such as the company’s High-Sense webcam, Lenovo IdeaTouch for touch-optimized games and apps, as well as Dolby Home Theatre V4 audio for entertainment enthusiasts. In a bid to provide users with a comfortable experience when indulging in games or apps, the device is manufactured with an adjustable hinge. The screen can even be adjusted through a wide angle range for easy utility.
The Lenovo IdeaCentre A720 price tag is about $1,299, and it is marked down to hit stores in the first half of 2012.